Jon M. Rogers, the Fund’s Senior Division Manager for Single Family Lending, was quoted extensively in a media report published Friday by the Charleston Gazette Mail. The focus of the article centered on what mortgage providers, Realtors and builders are doing to engage with millennial buyers.
“Like a lot of folks, we watched the millennials sit on the sidelines for quite a while as they reached the age where younger generations jumped into the homebuying market,” he said from his... Continue Reading
HURRICANE – The sounds of hammers pounding in nails and circular saws cutting lumber filled the air during a recent morning at Whites Mobile Home Park.
And that is true music to the ears of Barbara Reynolds.
Reynolds, who has a pronounced mobility issue, has had serious trouble getting from the parking lot, up the steps and to her front door.
“My porch fell last year and I had a big step out of my front door. It was horrible... Continue Reading
Standard & Poor’s Rating Service has once again affirmed West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s “AAA” issuer credit rating. The “AAA” qualification is Standard & Poor’s highest ranking and the Fund is the only state housing finance agency to receive an “AAA” rating.
“The Fund is truly doing great work for our state and I couldn’t be prouder of the staff,” said Gov. Jim Justice, who, in his role as governor, serves as Chairman of the Fund’s Board of... Continue Reading
Congressman Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.) was the special guest for an event held Thursday to announce funding to fight homelessness across West Virginia.
FHLBank Pittsburgh and the West Virginia Housing Development Fund are partnering for a second year to fund programs across the Mountain State that work to address homelessness. FHLBank Pittsburgh is providing $1.1 million toward the effort, which is called Home4Good, and the Fund is providing... Continue Reading
The West Virginia Housing Development Fund is proud to partner with The West Virginia Human Rights Commission to present their 8th Annual Fair Housing Poster Contest.
Elementary school students from across the state were asked to develop a poster based on the phrase “Fair Housing Opens Doors.”
The purpose of the contest is to demonstrate non-discriminatory housing for all people regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, blindness, handicap or familial status.
“This is an important event and... Continue Reading